Subject: [LC response] To Daniel Barclay
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In the rdf:plainLiteral specification at http://www.w3.org/TR/2009/CR-rdf-plain-literal-20090611/, in section 2, the first example says: ClassAssertion( a:i MinCardinality( n a:property DatatypeRestriction( xs:string xs:length 1 ) ) ) Those (top-level) arguments are backwards, right? (The OWL 2 Class Assertions specification section at http://www.w3.org/TR/2009/CR-owl2-syntax-20090611/#Class_Assertions specifies that the class-expression argument comes before the individual argument: 9.6.3 Class Assertions A class assertion ClassAssertion( CE a ) states that the individual a is an instance of the class expression CE. ClassAssertion := 'ClassAssertion' '(' axiomAnnotations ClassExpression Individual ')' )